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reset

Definition for reset

adjective as in reformed

verb as in boot

Strongest match

reboot

Strong matches

bootstrap, load, restart, start

verb as in rearrange

verb as in transplant

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Example Sentences

The result is a chance for an early reset with a trip to Pittsburgh looming Sunday.

A 30-minute run would be the perfect reset, but it’s 35 degrees and windy.

If you’re dealing with a MacBook, get it charging before starting the reset, so a dead battery doesn’t interrupt it.

If you think your phone might have been compromised in some way, make sure you back up all of your data first, then perform a full reset.

Darche pinned his hope on a reset he expects the new matrix to bring.

As one national Republican strategist told The Daily Beast, the race “reset” when Moulton won the primary in September.

“A referendum on self-determination is necessary to reset the relationship between Catalonia and Spain,” according to the site.

Then he realized that he had hit button to reset all terminals, located right next to the button to reset one terminal.

“It was like a reset…I could have my vacation away from Chris,” she says.

Our first episode will really hang a lantern on everything being reset, and they just go right back to who they were.

These two reset the switches for the main track, leaving everything as they had found it, and then crossed over to the auto.

After her absence in that apartment long enough to reset the trap, he was startled by a scream from the same quarter.

As he was wakeful and restless he again arose, proceeded to the kitchen with a light, and removing the mouse reset the trap.

She soon had it cleaned and the bulbs reset, and it was not long before there were flowers for every month in the year.

Afterwards they would see how he reset the trap, and then backed away, removing every possible evidence of his presence.

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On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reset, such as: reconstituted, reconstructed, transformed, altered, amended, and corrected.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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